batsman

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Mithali Raj was the only other Indian batswoman to make an impact, with 35, before she was run out by Jenny Gunn.
The teenage Scots batswoman winds up for a thunderous hit, lifting the shiny metal bat and slogging the leather ball low and hard, wide of the bowler.
New Zealand batswoman Lucy Doolan contributed a crafty half-century, 76 off 125 balls, to guide her team to a competitive 201-8 in their 50 overs.
She attended a coaching clinic held in Cardiff by England opening batswoman Caroline Atkins and has also joined the Newport club where she is coached by brothers Mike and David Knight and has been watched by Wales Under-11s coach Graham Burgess, the former Somerset cricketer," added Mr Thornton.
Javeria, who was also sent to Australia in an attempt to rectify her suspect bowling action but failed to get a clearance certificate, has now been included in the side as a batswoman.
A resolute knock, which included 10 boundaries, from Kent batswoman Edwards (53 not out) helped guide the hosts through to the close, when England had edged on to 106.
However, a resolute knock, which included 10 boundaries, from Kent batswoman Edwards (53 not out) helped guide the hosts through to the close, when England had edged on to 106.
This league will commence from mid October and there will be special prizes for best batswoman, best bowler and woman of the series," said Shiva Pagarani, convener media, finance and administration of the Dubai Cricket Council.
Subha Venkataraman and Samiya Salim, also of the UAE, were declared the best batswoman and best bowler of the tournament respectively.
Mithali Raj was the best Indian batswoman on show and ended the league matches with a tally of 169 -- the third highest in the tournament till now - including two half- centuries.
Roz, 19, and her 17-year-old batswoman sister Imogen, a sixthformer at Aldridge High School, spearhead the England under-21s, who take on Wales in the Home Internationals at Stafford on July 24.
Sana, the right-handed batswoman and a leg-break bowler, expressed that the 2010 Asian Games victory has boosted their confidence level and spirits of winning.
23 (ANI): Indian batswoman Mithali Raj has found a place in the ICC's Team of the Tournament of the ICC Women's World Cup 2009 which was staged in Australia from 7 to 22 March.
In cricket Claire Taylor, an England batswoman, chalked up 156 runs against India, beating Viv Richards one-day international record of 138 runs in 1979.